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caspian policy center announces call for papers

Caspian Policy Center Announces Call for Papers

Author:Caspian Policy Center

Nov 9, 2016

Caspian Policy Center (CPC) invites interested scholars, experts, diplomats, and business leaders whose concentration of study involves the Caspian region, broadly defined, to publish in a new flagship journal, Caspian Affairs. Articles must be original, thought-provoking, unpublished, and original pieces and they should be around 3000 words (8-10 pages) in length should adhere to the conventions of the Chicago Manual Style. Along with their manuscript the applicants should include their name, email, university or affiliation, a short bio, a CV as well as the title of their paper and an abstract (250 words or less). The deadline for the receipt of the papers is December 15, 2016. The papers will be reviewed by the editorial committee and the submitters will be notified by January 1, 2017. Selected manuscripts will go through a series of editorial modification. Please send your submissions and potential questions to [email protected] Caspian Policy Center (CPC) is an independent, nonprofit research think tank based in Washington D.C. Economic, political, energy and security issues of the Caspian region constitute the central research focus of the Center. The Caspian region, at the crossroads of the East and the West, is increasingly becoming a crucial area of global interest with its rich natural resources, geopolitical rivalry and economic development. Established in 2016, the Center aims at becoming a primary research and debate platform in the Caspian region with relevant publications, events, projects and media productions to nurture a comprehensive understanding of the intertwined affairs of the Caspian region. With an inclusive, scholarly and innovative approach, the Caspian Policy Center presents a platform where diverse voices from academia, business and policy world from both the region and the nation’s capital interact to produce distinct ideas and insights to the outstanding issues of the region.

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